Wednesday, January 5, 2011

55.5 Road Frame Needs a Home!

Thanks to everyone who inquired about this one, it's sold!



I started this frame about a year ago, got the main triangle brazed and then decided to go with a lugged frame for my Di2 bike for NAHBS instead of the combination of fillet and lugs that this bike has.

Well..., the main triangle hung in the shop for the last year, and I recently decided to finish the frame up and see if I could find it a home.

The specs are as follows.

73 head and seat angles
55.5cm top tube
48cm (c-c) seat tube
133mm head tube
41.5cm chainstays.

It's a pretty straight ahead road frame, and I've maximized the bridge and fork length, so 28c tires should be no problem. You'll see that the 25c Vittoria's have tons of space.

More pictures here; http://picasaweb.google.com/elliscycles/Ellis555FilletFrame?authkey=Gv1sRgCIfl5MW0j9PE5wE# Check out the caption for some extra details.

I'm asking $2500 with a single color paint scheme of your choice, (other schemes are fine, with cost TBD). Feel free to email or call me with questions.

Cheers,
Dave
262 442 6639
dave@elliscycles.com

3 comments:

gobucky said...

Are you going to post new pictures of it after it's painted?

Dave Wages said...

Definitely!

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